Colette’s policy is always to be fresh, new and surprising and this cutting-edge boutique has been recognised as the pioneer of Parisian concept stores since it was founded in 1997 by Sarah Lerfel and her mother Colette Roussaux – who lent her name to the venture.
The three-storey boutique hosts established brands such as Céline, Alexander McQueen, Lanvin and Chloé and is also famous for championing new faces and up-and-coming designers such as Rodarte, Nicholas Kirkwood and Mary Katrantzou. At Colette you will also find exclusive designs produced especially for the store. Past collaborations have included puffer jackets by Alessandra Facchinetti, who has worked for Gucci in the past, as well as remakes of classic shoe designs by Ferragamo.
Colette is also much more than a fashion boutique; it’s a place to discover rare perfumes and beauty products, new music, books and art, and hang out in the Water Bar, where you can enjoy a light lunch and taste over 100 different brands of water from around the world.